Glozel artifacts

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The Glozel artifacts are a collection of over 3,000 artifacts, including clay tablets, sculptures and vases, some of which were inscribed, discovered from 1924 to 1930 in the vicinity of French hamlet of Glozel. Glozel is part of the commune of Ferrières-sur-Sichon in the Allier department, some 17 km from Vichy in central France.


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